Athletes will compete for medals in slalom, tricks, jumping and overall, in addition to the coveted team titles. The wake slalom event consisted of athletes crossing the boat wake as many times as possible in two 15-second passes. Tricks competitors performed as many tricks as possible in two 15-second passes. Jumpers, who were each allowed three attempts, went for distance while leaping off an 18-inch ramp.
U.S. athletes competing as independents are: Elite – Landen Ehlers (Austin, Texas), Elaine Fatla (Alma Center, Wis.), Betsy Gilman (Gainesville, Ga.),Brian Heeney (Helena, Mont.), Teri Jones (Winter Haven, Fla.), Liz Legler (Berlin, Wis.), Sarah Molepske (Manitowoc, Wis.), Chris McWatters (Winter Haven, Fla.), Ashley Shewmaker (Brentwood, Calif.) and Paul Stokes (Waunakee, Wis.); Junior – James Callahan (Minneapolis, Minn.), Sammi Eaton (Janesville, Wis.), Madi Hagemann (Janesville, Wis.), Stefan Lippelgoos (Vancouver, Wash.), Grace Petzold (Mequon, Wis.), Ryleigh Stenson (Buffalo, Minn.) and Logan Walter (Orange Park, Fla.); and Senior – Clay Bourbonnais (Maize, Kan.), Sharon Carlson (Conover, Wis.), Blake Ehlers (Austin, Texas),Betsy Gilman (Gainesville, Ga.), Brian Heeney (Helena, Mont.), Kenny Kaestner (Jefferson, Wis.), Rich Kaufman (Malvern, Pa.),
Carol Jackson (Ocklawaha, Fla.), Doug Jordan (Renton, Wash.), Paul Stokes (Waunakee, Wis.), Tom Tocco (Brighton, Mich.) and Jim Youngblood (Highland, Mich.).
If you would like to see the running order and what time the events start, see the link below. Remember times shown are Central Daylight Savings time:
Starting Time and Running Orders
If you would like to see the scores posted at the event in real-time, they can be found at:
Open Division Skiers
Senior Division Skiers
Junior Division Skiers
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